Former Batley and York head coach Gary Thornton has been unveiled by Kingstone Press Championship club Doncaster as the successor to Paul Cooke.
The 34-year-old Thornton was in charge of Batley from 2003-09 and was last season named Championship 1 coach of the year after guiding York to a first-placed finish.
Former Doncaster captain Peter Green will join Thornton's backroom team as assistant coach in time for Sunday's game at Bradford.
Doncaster chief executive Carl Hall said: "I think Gary is a good fit for this club to take us forward on and off the field. He has a proven track record at this level of rugby league and I wish him the best of luck in the job."
South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner is raising awareness of the force's restorative justice programme.
Doctor Alan Billings, is promoting the scheme which offers victims of crime the chance to meet the criminal who offended against them to get answers and move on from the experience.
It is being billed as the biggest-ever UK sport and music outdoor tour. Over the next few months Madness will be visiting golf, football, rugby, horseracing, motor-racing and cricket grounds - including Doncaster Racecourse and Headingley.
But the tour kicked off last night at Sincil Bank in Lincoln - and we sent Adam Fowler along.
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The Yorkshire Wildlife Park in Doncaster Is celebrating the fifth anniversary since they saved 13 lions from a sub standard eastern European zoo.
The celebrations begin "Love Your Zoo Week" at the park.
A problem with line-side equipment at Doncaster is causing delays of up to 35 minutes to all services through the station.
There is no firm estimate yet of how long disruption will last but it is likely to continue until at least 14:30.
South African midfielder Dean Furman is among 11 players released by Doncaster Rovers.
Jamie McCombe, Theo Robinson, Abdul Razak, Reece Wabara and Stephen Bywater have also been told they can leave the Keepmoat Stadium.
- Jamie McCombe
- Theo Robinson
- Abdul Razak
- Reece Wabara
- Dean Furman
- Stephen Bywater
- Lewis Ferguson
- Alex Peterson
- Aron Gordon (Not offered professional contract)
- Alexander Head (Not offered professional contract)
- Jack McClaren (Not offered professional contract)
Retained (offered new deals):
- Rob Jones
- Kyle Bennett
- Ben Askins (6 month contract until 31/12/15)
- Mitchell Lund
- Harry Middleton
- Liam Wakefield
- Billy Whitehouse
- Matthew Davies (Extended scholarship)
Doncaster boxer Jamie McDonnell says he would happily give Tomoki Kameda a rematch, despite successfully defending his WBA bantamweight title against the Japanese challenger at the weekend.
McDonnell picked himself off the canvas in the third round to score a unanimous points victory in Texas.
Gaynor Barnes spoke to Jamie and his wife Hollie:
A vulcan bomber aircraft, which is stationed in Doncaster, will enter its final flying season this year.
The Avro Vulcan XH558 was flown by the Royal Air Force from 1953 until 1985.
It will fly for the final time this Autumn before going on display at The Vulcan Aviation Academy and Heritage Centre at Robin Hood Airport.